Lima Stock Exchange

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Lima Stock Exchange
Bolsa de Valores de Lima
The Bolsa de Valores de Lima
TypeStock Exchange
LocationLima, Peru
FoundedDecember 31, 1860
OwnerMILA
Key peopleFrancis Stenning (CEO)
Roberto Hoyle (Chairman)
CurrencyS/.
Market capUSD 37.9 Billion (2008)
IndicesS&P/BVL Peru General Index
Websitewww.bvl.com.pe

The Lima Stock Exchange (Spanish: Bolsa de Valores de Lima, BVL) is the stock exchange of Peru, located in the capital Lima. It has several indices. The S&P/BVL Peru General Index (formerly IGBVL) is a value-weighted index that tracks the performance of the largest and most frequently traded stocks on the Lima Exchange.[1]

Other indices are S&P/BVL Peru Select and S&P/BVL Lima 25.

The Lima Stock Exchange is a member of the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative.[2]

Sectors in the Lima Stock Exchange:

  • Sector Agriculture
  • Sector Banks and Finance
  • Sector Diversified
  • Sector Industries
  • Sector Mining
  • Sector Services

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bloomberg.com: Investment Tools
  2. ^ "Mukhisa Kituyi, UNCTAD: Sustainable Stock Exchanges and the 21st Century Challenge for Global Finance". CFI. Retrieved 23 October 2014.

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Coordinates: 12°02′54.88″S 77°01′52.94″W / 12.0485778°S 77.0313722°W / -12.0485778; -77.0313722